The XENON S-1000 is a benchtop system for printed electronics that offers high peak energy, pulsed light technology to quickly heat and fuse conductive metallic ink flakes and nano inks at room temperature without significantly heating the substrate or adjacent thermally sensitive components Read more...More Product Announcements from Xenon Corporation
XENON's Pulsed Light systems are used for a wide range of curing applications in markets as diverse as medical devices, optical discs, packaging, and wood processing. Pulsed Light can be used virtually anywhere UV mercury light is used, with superior and safer results. Read more...More Product Announcements from Xenon Corporation
XENON offers a wide range of modules specifically designed for OEM use. All the standard systems we make-for PE Sintering, UV Curing, and Sanitization-are available in modular, flexible form factors for integration into your system or production line. Read more...More Product Announcements from Xenon Corporation
XENON has announced the release of their latest High Energy Pulsed Light system model S-2300. The S-2300 system is designed for materials researchers and corporations working in applications where pulsed light energy is applied to achieve rapid room temperature curing, sintering and annealing of nanoparticle materials as well as semiconductor thin films. Read more...More Product Announcements from Xenon Corporation
FiberLight Miniature UV-Vis Light Source Compact dimensions and ease of operation open up new possibilities for instrument designers.
FiberLight is a compact UV-Vis light source designed for mobile spectroscopy applications and all types of handheld devices that require a low power consumption UV-Vis light source. FiberLight has a continuous spectrum covering the whole range from... Read more...More Product Announcements from Heraeus Noblelight America LLC
UV-Vis spectroscopy is a method in which the absorption, mainly by organic molecules, of visible (380 - 790 nm) and UV (100 - 390 nm) light is measured. In the UV-Vis range bonding electrons of molecules can be excited to cause transitions between different electronic energy levels. The transition process absorbs light at specific wavelengths and together with rotational and vibrational... Read more...More Product Announcements from Heraeus Noblelight America LLC